Prison For Casper Man Convicted in Summer Shooting
A Casper man convicted on charges stemming from a July 2011 shooting is heading to prison. At a sentencing hearing Tuesday, Michael Cooper was ordered to serve two-and-a-half to 5 years in prison.
Earlier this year, a Natrona County jury found Cooper guilty of aggravated assault and battery. Those charges stem from an incident where prosecutors say Cooper fired on someone following an argument at the Loaf and Jug at Poplar and Collins.